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Teen Summer Reading Program - IST 613 Draft Rubric - Bonnie Foster

  Beginning Developing Exemplary Data Source
Enrollment The number of teens enrolled in the SRP will remain the same. The number of teens enrolled in the SRP will increase by 1-5%. The number of teens enrolled in the SRP will increase by 5-10% Registration Forms
Attendance The attendance rate at the library will remain the same. Teens attending the SRP programs and visiting the library during the week will increase by 5%. Teens will attend and participate in every SRP activity and engage in additional library programs. Sign-Up Information, photos of attendees at events
Collaboration with Schools The local schools will hand out flyers about the SRP. The local schools will invite the library to participate at book fairs. School teachers and librarians will plan and carry out class field trips to learn about available library programs; School will host assemblies with library in attendance. Booked meetings, trips, appointments; Number of hand outs being printed.
Collaboration with Community Vendors The donations from local vendors will be by request and for the SRP only. The local vendors who donate material and funds for the SRP will also donate for other library programs. The number of vendors who donate and the number of times they donate will increase by 5-10%. Sign-Up Sheets, Demand for material/funds.
Circulation The circulation rates will remain average. The circulation rates in the children and adult areas will increase by 5%. The circulation rates in the children and adult areas, for FPL and for the North Country system, will increase by 5-10%. Statistic Reports on in-house system